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Cover of: What science knows about life | Heinz Woltereck

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The wonder of life from the microscopic beginnings to the mystery of man himself. How did man and the earth's other living forms arise, survive, and adapt? Is man alone in the universe? What does the future hold for man? Hundreds of questions like these are addressed, from a very evolutionary perspective, in this introduction to "modern" biology. Contains scientific "evidence" for evolution including how much of Darwin's and Lamarch's theories and ideas are held to be valid. Many photos throughout. Index.

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What science knows about life
an exploration of life sources.
Translated by Mervyn Savill.

Published 1963 by Association Press in New York .
Written in English.

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Translation of Dem Leben auf der Spur.


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QH309 .W583

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240 p.
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